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Nov 30, 2012 5:30pm PST
weather on the way. nbc's miguel almaguer in san francisco for us, where i have noticed the skies are darker behind you over the last hour, miguel. >> reporter: yeah, brian, good evening, after getting hammered by wind and rain today, finally a brief break here after a second powerful storm slammed into the west coast. it seems as though san francisco has really been the bull's eye for all of this wet weather activity. take a look at the iconic bay bridge earlier this morning. rain and wind played a big role knocking out power. no bridge lights for commuters for some three hours. and at the airport, 70 flights were cancelled. and there were delays, this turned into a deadly storm. a utility worker was killed after his vehicle turned into a utility pole. in all, some 10,000 people in northern california are without power winds are topping 40 miles an hour knocked down trees from the southern end of the state to the north, some roads are flooded. and before it all comes to an end this weekend, brian, we expect 12 inches of rain and up to a foot or two of snow. sunday forecasters say
Dec 1, 2012 5:30pm PST
. >> reporter: for four days, the west has been hammered by rain, wind, and snow. in san francisco this week, flooding. in los angeles, trees and traffic have been the biggest problem. up and down the coast, surf advisories are in effect. >> it is going to be nasty. very heavy rain. could lead to river flooding, flooding on the roads. it could just be dangerous to be out and about. >> reporter: another punch from a series of storms still on the move and once again threatening homes. earlier today nevada's governor also toured this river for some perspective and they're not just worried about flooding here but up and down california there are flood watches in effect and the weather while it is supposed to get bad tomorrow already today at sfo delays topped two hours. lester? >> miguel almaguer, northern california tonight. thank you. >>> meantime, on this first day of meteorological winter, much of the country is about to feel record warmth for the start of december. meteorologist kim cunningham joins us from the weather channel headquarters. good evening. >> good evening, lester. it's typica
Dec 22, 2012 6:30pm EST
cancellations as we saw thursday and friday. instead this morning rain slowed down some flights in san francisco and up in the northeast there were some minor travel headaches as well as winds delayed flights from washington and the new york area. a lot of people were paying attention to weather reports today. nearly one in four americans will travel this holiday taking advantage of a longer break with both christmas and new year's falling on a tuesday. and this is good news for the 84 million americans who will drive. gas prices have dropped to an average of 3.24 a gallon. that's down nearly 20 cents in a month. here in atlanta, many travelers are just thankful that it isn't more hectic at this point but as you know, lester, with so many connections passing through here, that can always change very quickly. >> we know that indeed. gabe gutierrez, thank you. >>> more than two and a half years since the deep water horizon exploded in the gulf of mexico. a federal judge has approved a nearly $8 billion settlement between bp and some 100,000 folks along the gulf coast whose businesses were devastat
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